WHL Coaches

Below is a list of coaches in order of their games coached. We have also listed their WHL and Memorial Cup Championships.

 

Don Hay – 18 seasons Kamloops/Tri-City/Vancouver 1288 Games: 717W 467L 105OT .597% Points Percentage

Playoffs 14 seasons Kamloops/Tri-City/Vancouver 185 Games: 108W 77L .584% Winning Percentage

Memorial Cup 18 Games 14W 4L .778% Winning Percentage

1992 WHL & Memorial Cup Champion (Assistant), 1994 & 1995 w/Kamloops

2006 WHL Champion w/Vancouver, 2007 Memorial Cup Champion w/Vancouver

 

Mike Williamson – 16 seasons Portland/Calgary/Tri-City 1107 Games 536W 480L 91OT .525% Points Percentage

Playoffs 12 seasons Portland/Calgary/Tri City 113 Games 54W 59L .478% Winning Percentage

Memorial Cup 4 Games 2W 2L .500% Winning Percentage

1998 WHL & Memorial Cup Champion w/Portland (Assistant), 2010 WHL Champion w/Calgary

 

Brent Sutter 13 seasons Red Deer 918 Games 495W 320L 103OT .595% Points Percentage

Playoffs 11 seasons Red Deer 143 Games 78W 65L .545% Winning Percentage

Memorial Cup 8 Games 5W 3L .625% Winning Percentage

2001 WHL & Memorial Cup Champion w/Red Deer 2016 Memorial Cup Hosts

 

Marc Habscheid – 13 seasons Kamloops/Kelowna/Chilliwack/Victoria/Prince Albert 871 Games 434W 353L 94OT .552% Points Percentage

Playoffs 11 seasons Kamloops/Kelowna/Chilliwack/Victoria/Prince Albert 104 Games 55W 49L .529% Winning Percentage

Memorial Cup 8 Games 5W 3L .625% Winning Percentage

WHL Champion 2003 w/Kelowna, Memorial Cup Champion 2004 w/Kelowna

 

Shaun Clouston – 10 seasons Tri-City/Medicine Hat 582 Games 320W 224L 37OT .582% Points Percentage

Playoffs 6 seasons Medicine Hat 70 Games 37W 33L .529% Winning Percentage

 

Mike Johnston– 8 seasons Portland 439 Games 271W 143L 25OT .646% Points Percentage

Playoffs 5 seasons Portland 88 Games 54W 34L .614% Winning Percentage

 

Steve Konowalchuk – 6 seasons Seattle 432 Games 219W 176L 37OT .550% Points Percentage

Playoffs 5 seasons Seattle 60 Games 38W 22L .633% Winning Percentage

MC 3 games 0W 3L .000% Winning Percentage

 

Steve Hamilton – 3 seasons Edmonton 217 Games 87W 110L 20OT .447% Points Percentage

Playoffs 2 seasons Edmonton 11 Games 3W 8L .273% Winning Percentage

WHL Champion (Assistant) Edmonton 2012, WHL & Memorial Cup Champion (Assistant) Edmonton 2014

 

John Paddock – 3 seasons Regina 216 Games 125W 64L 27OT .641% Points Percentage

Playoffs 3 seasons Regina 44 Games 25W 19L .568% Winning Percentage

 

Tim Hunter – 3 seasons Moose Jaw 204 Games 103W 80L 21OT .556% Points Percentage

Playoffs 2 seasons Moose Jaw 17 Games 8W 9L.471% Winning Percentage

 

Brent Kisio – 2 seasons Lethbridge 144 Games 90W 45L 9OT .656% Points Percentage

Playoffs 2 seasons Lethbridge 25 Games 11W 14L .440% Winning Percentage

 

Dan Lambert – 1 season Kelowna 72 Games 53W 13L 6OT  .778% Points Percentage

Playoffs 1 season Kelowna 19 Games 16W 3L .842% Winning Percentage Memorial Cup 5 Games 2W 3L .400% Winning Percentage

2015 WHL Champs w/Kelowna

 

Richard Matvichuk – 1 season Prince George 72 Games 45W 21L 6OT .667% Points Percentage

Playoffs 1 season Prince George 6 Games 2W 4L .333% Winning Percentage

 

Emanuel Viveiros – 1 season Swift Current 72 Games 39W 23L 10OT .611% Points Percentage

Playoffs 1 season Swift Current 14 Games 7W 7L .500% Winning Percentage

 

Jason Smith – 1 season Kelowna 72 Games 45W 22L 5OT .660% Points Percentage

Playoffs 1 season Kelowna 17 Games 10W 7L .588% Winning Percentage

 

David Anning – 1 season Brandon 72 Games 31W 31L 10OT .500% Points Percentage

Playoffs 1 season Brandon 4 Games 0W 4L .000% Winning Percentage

 

Dean Brockman – 1 season Saskatoon 72 Games 28W 35L 9OT .451% Points Percentage

 

Jason McKee – 1 season Vancouver 72 Games 20W 46L 6OT .319% Points Percentage

 

Dennis Williams – Everett Rookie Head Coach in 2017-18

 

James Patrick –Kootenay Rookie Head Coach in 2017-18

 

Dan Price – Victoria Rookie Head Coach in 2017-18

 

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Jeff Hollick

Spent 16 years as the radio play-by-play voice of the 3-time WHL Champion and 2002 Memorial Cup winning Kootenay ICE. Covered the WHL for over 23 years. Named BCAB Broadcast Performer of the Year in 2011. @JeffHollick on Twitter